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Old 11-09-2003, 08:51 PM   #11
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That'* pretty cool. I wonder what the Traction control signal is for? Just to tell the TC system that the car is in a drive gear?
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dont know if these will help you guys or not... but.. 95 factory manual.....




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Old 11-10-2003, 12:34 AM   #13
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On the 92, high transmission temperatures will shut off the traction control, that'* why it'* there.

Uh oh...
Do a comparison table...

92 - 95
A ?
B C
C ?
D D
E E
F A
G B

In the 92 transmission, the temp sensor is grounded. In the 95 transmission, it is looking for a 5V signal. Also the output from the temp sensor goes to the PCM in the 95, and to the traction control box in the 92.

There is no 12v+ brake switch input on the 95 transmission. It looks to me like the computer has full control of the TCC/VCC Solenoid on the 95, while on the 92 it is controlled by both the brake switch and the computer.

Not sure if this trans will work without more modifications.
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Sorry we had to learn it this way. I was under the false assumption that the 4T60E was the same from 92-96.
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Still not understanding what'* the HUGE deal here, could this be a way to setup a tapshift like the Comp G'* if we played with it enough?
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Oh well. Thanks guys. Looks like I have to take it back out and swap it for a 92 and a 92 only. :(
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Oh well. Thanks guys. Looks like I have to take it back out and swap it for a 92 and a 92 only. :(
Surely there'* a way to make it work??
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I'm still not sure what'* going on here, but I'd bet a 93 would be a good swap, also.
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